Gone for Good is one of those books you pick up and before you know it, you’ve finished the whole thing. It’s just a supremely engaging, easy read that you’ll absolutely fly through, similar in style to Mary Kubiza or Kimberly Bell.
Elizabeth gets a phone call that her mother has been found dead. The detectives quickly find that she was murdered and suspicion falls on Elizabeth’s brother, who has Down Syndrome. Desperate to prove Ronnie’s innocence, Elizabeth is drawn into a world of dark family secrets and shocking truths.
Written in a direct way, with simple and practical prose, yet with fully developed characters, Bell absolutely masters his plot twists and the pacing is quick, with little reveals that will have you burning through the pages.